from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. a man-of war's man; a sailor wearing a naval uniform.
- n. See under Blue.
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My older brother had on a blue jacket embroidered with shapes resembling Buddha scepters for long life.
Hanging from a wooden hanger was a dark blue jacket with the Easton crest on the pocket, a blue-and-yellow-striped tie, and an ancient blue cap.
Pretty Boy putting his arm around her and leading her away from the open back door of the town house, handing her off to another man behind him, a man in a blue jacket that said u.s. marshal on the back, and from there to another man wearing what looked like a bulletproof vest printed with the letters "NYPD."
No longer the lithe young rake, Jones was beginning to fill out his uniforms now half-Royal, half-Continental Navy: in a portrait by Charles Willson Peale, painted in Philadelphia, he is wearing a buff waistcoat but a blue jacket with regulation red facings.